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|Prestongrange and Morison’s Haven: Potential for Community History Projects
|Prestongrange Community Archaeology Project: Desk-based Assessment
|Cressey M & Oram R (2005) Prestongrange and Morison’s Haven: Potential for Community History Projects [Prestongrange Community Archaeology Project: Desk-based Assessment]. Anderson S (Editor) East Lothian Council; CFA Archaeology Ltd. Prestongrange Community Archaeology Project, 937. CFA Archaeology LTD. http://www.prestongrange.org/pcap/media/documents/Year1DSR.pdf
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|Prestongrange Community Archaeology Project, 937
|This report describes the results of historical research and archaeological desk-based assessment undertaken in June 2004 by CFA Archaeology Ltd and Dr Richard Oram as part of the Prestongrange Community Archaeology Project (PCAP). This research represents the first stage of a larger data structure report that will be produced in 2005 following the completion of all work on the PCAP.
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